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History Of Expresso

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by On April 23, 2013
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Brief History Of Espresso Like everyone else who makes the mistake of getting older, I begin each day with coffee and obituaries. Espresso is a concentrated beverage brewed by forcing a small amount of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans. Espresso often has a thicker consistency than coffee brewed by other methods, a higher concentration of suspended and dissolved solids, and cream foam. As a result of the pressurized brewing process the flavours and chemicals in a typical cup of coffee are very concentrated. Espresso is the base for other drinks, such as a latte, cappuccino, macchiato, mocha, or americano. Espresso has more caffeine per unit volume than most beverages, but the usual serving size is smaller—a typical 60 mL 2 US fluid ounce of espresso has 80 to 150 mg of caffeine, less than the 95 to 200  mg of a standard 240 mL 8 US fluid ounces cup of drip-brewed coffee. IN THIS APP YOU WILL GET INFORMATION ON A BRIEF HISTORY OF ESPRESSO**What is Espresso?**How to make Espresso?**What are the benefits of Espresso?**What is commercial espresso machine?**Importance of espresso coffee makers** What are espresso pods?**What are espresso machine brands** What is automatic espresso machine?** Importance of espresso grinder**What are espresso beans**History of Espresso? Oberbreckling sent me this great e-mail that I thought everyone would benefit from:“Just wanted to say I love your video casts. I was just looking through some of the blog entries and came across the “how to make hotel room coffee” entry. I noticed that below it was the Nespresso machine you had in Germany. How fabulous that they set you up with an espresso machine?!At any rate, I thought I’d chime in with a couple of tips on making espresso for your next trip to Germany. I was a shift manager at Starbucks up until about 2 months ago when I resigned to spend more time at home with my 2 year old. I have an espresso machine at home and have become quite particular about my espresso.Making Coffee is a true art form. I personally find a lot of comfort in making coffee for others and drinking coffee myself. I can’t really put my finger on just what it is but it’s the one thing that I could do forever. I never get sick of it. Anyone can learn to make a good cup of coffee, with a lot of practice : And as far as I’m concerned, everyone deserves a great cup of coffee at least ONCE in a while!EspressoWhen making espresso, there are three parts:1. The heart-the dark part at the very very bottom2. The body -the pretty creamy caramelly part in the middle and3. The cream -the sweet froth on the topIt takes 10 seconds for an espresso shot to “go bad”. That is, for the heart, body and cream to blend together into a big black bitter mess. If you’re drinking espresso straight, it doesn't matter.I prefer personally to add a little half and half just after I pour my shot of espresso to “save” the shot and keep it sweet. At home I also pull a long shot which seems to be sweeter and give me more cream…but Starbucks wouldn't probably encourage that) A shot of espresso should be slightly sweet and caramelly. It should leave hardly any aftertaste. A ruined shot will taste bitter and will taste very “dry” and feel almost like the skin on an almond on your tongue. Blech!Steaming MilkALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS steam the milk before pulling your espresso shots. It will stay warm longer than the espresso, and it takes longer to steam the milk and you could jeopardize your espresso shot before you’re done steaming. Especially in a home machine which takes longer than a commercial machine.>>>>> **This app is complete ** A Brief History of Espresso** that will be beneficial to you at every end. So why to wait grab it. Download Now >>>** NOTE –No information on these subjects espresso machines reviews,  best espresso machines, delonghi espresso, italian espresso machines, espresso machine sale

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